Accessibility and Life-Safety Upgrades

Cameron House
San Francisco, CA

Cameron House, historic San Francisco Landmark #44, was a refuge for Asian women and girls in the late 1800’s.

Rebuilt after the 1908 earthquake, the building was designed by architect Julia Morgan. It later evolved into a multi‐service agency serving the Chinatown community.

Interior life‐safety updates covered new fire‐rated doors and electrical system. Accessibility upgrades included interior toilet rooms.

Exterior recreation facilities improvements included:

  • Rehabilitation, accessibility of toilets and showers
  • Repaving play yards and basketball courts
  • Repairing structural concrete of cantilevered lower deck
  • Painting, pigeon-proofing basketball courts and play yards